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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 12, 1886, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times. Volume i. New Philadelphia o., thursday August 12, 1ss6. Number 33hev Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore proprietor. W. H. Watson editor. Thursday August 12, 1886. Office in citizens National Bank Block second floor Public Square. Population new Philadelphia 4,500. A gtd the new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year Cash in advance.$1 00 if not paid within six months. 1 50 a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. So address All matter intended for publication to the newspapers. Democratic ticket subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary Are considered As wishing to continue their subscription. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use it whether he Lias ordered it not will be held in Law to be a subscriber. If subscribers move to other places without forming the publishers and the paper is sent to the former direction they Are held responsible notice should always be Given removal. If subscribers refuse neglect to take papers from the office place to which they Are sent they Are held responsible until they Settle Bills and give notice to directory. District. Congress. State senator. Common pleas a Beriah Wilkins Jeo. W. Crites Ince Earle county. . Probate judge. Prosecuting attorney. Clerk. Sheriff. Auditor. Treasure. Recorder. Commissioners. Surveyor. Infirmary directors. Francis Ankney j. W. Yeagley j. F. Wilkins a. Figert j. W. Bowers John w. Kinsey j. L. Kennedy j. 0. Neumann s. Infer w. E. Lash i. R. Benner 0.11. Hoover j j. A her Ley Jav. Rogers l. I Rantz Sec City. Daniel Korns. James ii. Morrow. Elijah Shull. Philip Getzman. John s. Graham. Jacob Miller. 0. Welty. Fletcher Douthitt. We. Campbell. Andrew Erwin. Mayor clerk marshal Street commissioner Council justices. Names. Daniel Krebs. James car Stoutt George Bear. Isaac conts. Henry Dei Hie. T Richardson. R to Galbraith. T k Robinson. Philip a Garver John Smith. Jas Galbraeth. John Milone. Samuel Moore. T b Rankin. L s Vinsch. And Timmerman. S y Renneker. Is Mckinney. Am k Beck. Samuel c Kline. J h Gardner. Robot Coruthers John Vetter. William Kinsey Philip Doerfer. T j Stocker. T h Mozena. Joseph Lealen. Chas f Davis. C c Fernsel. Levi Travis. J w Newbury. Jos ii Lostetter Nich Mon tag. Aveley m Tracy John b Jones. Hiram Echman. David Breymeir Lewis c Zollars. L a Cornett. John s Spring. Charles 11 Ellers John a Rolli Hugh t Minnis. C w Kinsley. P ii Kuhn. s Vagner. J l Baldwin. Townships. Clay. Lavayne. Perry. A Ashington Bucks. Sugar Creek. Warwick. Warren. Franklin. Goshen. Rush. Mill. Goshen. Rush. Clay. Perry. Fairfield. Sandy. Goshen. Lawrence. Awarren. A Ashington Lavayne. York. Bucks. Salem. Mill. Mill. Oxford. Franklin. Auburn. Dover. Dover. Dover. Lundy. Auburn. A Arwick. Lawrence. Sugar Creek. Salem. Jefferson. 1 Fairfield. Jefferson. Goshen. Oxford. York. Union. Union. Post office. Lock no. 17. Dundee. Cadwallader. Paoli. Baltic. Shanesville. Tuscarawas. New Cumberland Strasburg. Barnhill. Tippecanoe. Uhrichsville. New Philada a. Gnadenhutten. Gnadenhutten. Cadwallader. New pm lady a. Mineral City. New philae a. Bolivar. New Cumberland Albany. I Dundee. New Philada a. 1 Baltic. Port a Ashington Uhrichsville. I Dennison i Newcomerstown istra Burgh. Ragersville. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Canal Dover. Mineral City. Rogersville. Tuscarawas. Zoar. Shanesville. Port Washington port Washington Zoar station. Stone Creek. New Philada a. Newcomerstown Black band. Uhrichsville. directory. every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every a wednesday evening. every lords Day morning at 10 30 a. Preaching morning and evening every third lords Day each month. Sunday school at 9 clock a. Methodist every Sabbath at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. Sunday school at 9 a. Prayer meeting aved tuesday evenings at 7 clock. German every sunday at 1030.a. And 2 15 p. M., alternately. Sunday school at 9 00 . Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 15. On the first sunday morning service each Mouth concert in the evening. Sabbath school at 9 a. Prayer meeting every wednesday evening at 7 clock. Preaching Sabbath mornings and evenings. United every sunday at 10 30 a. And 7 clock p. In. Prayer meeting every a wednesday night. Sunday school at 9 15 a. directory. chapter no. 38, r. A. M., meets thursday before full Moon at a South Lull. City Block. Q p tayl0b> h. A Daniel Getzman Sec a. Philadelphia Lodge no. 177, f. Amp a. M., meets Friday before full Moon and two weeks thereafter at masonic Ball. J. L. Mellaine . G. L. Taylor Sec a. Knights Lodge. No. 73, meets in their Castle Lylall Centre Block every thursday evening. A. E. Beck c. A Duncan k. Of r. And s. I. O. O. Philadelphia Lodge no. 107, meets every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall f. Kislig n. G. I. A. Coukell rec. Sec a. T i. 0. 0. Lodge no. 430, meets every monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall City Block. C Stempfly n. G. P. Sehl rec. Sec a. 1. 0.0. Encampment meets every second and fourth Friday each month at Odd Fellows Hall City Block. It. I Altay us a a i. A. Correll scribe. I. 0. 0. . P. U. C., no. A meets every third thursday evening in each month at Odd Fellows Lylall City Block. R. J. A. Dodd Coli his a. S. Iii St Secretary. G. A. Crawford Post no. 6, meets every first and third monday night at their Headquarters in Centre Block. Geo. A. Boa veus commander. Royal Arcanum philos Council meets every first and third Friday each month in knights pythias Hall. A h. Miller Regent. J. S. Bigler Secretary. National Council. No 52, meets every second and fourth wednesday each month at g. R. Lylall. E. Kaserman pres. Am. , Cor. Sec a. J7rancis r0mig, member Congress Beriah Wilkins Tus Carnavas county county ticket. For commissioner w. E. Lash Lawrence township. For infirmary director Delong. Salem Tovan slip. For Coroner w. E. Beck Goshen township. Democratic state Conven Tion. Columbus o., june 10, 1886. The democratic state convention will he held in Toledo the 17th and 18th August 1886. The delegates each congressional District will Convene at 8 clock p. On the 17th, for the purpose electing one vice president from each District and one member for each the various committees. The convention will he called to order at 10 a. On the 18th to nominate a candidate for Secretary state j Edge the supreme court common schools and member the Board Public works. The basis representation in this convention is one Delegate to every live Lyndred and one for every fraction two Hundred and fifty votes cast for governor George Hoadley in october 1885. Under this apportionment Tuscarawas is entitled to nine delegates. The a Hole number delegates is 663�? necessary to a Choice 333. A. Clayton 1 ice Chen dem. State committee. J. Tobias Sec y. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Over citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio. Camuel Moore attorney at Law new Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office Over citizens National Bank. Samuel j. Tilden is dead. The following editorial upon the death . Tilden is from the pen Chas. A. Dana and appeared in the new York Sun the death . Tilden Falls upon the mind Avioli a startling Surprise. Though he had Long been an invalid he moved about so freely his bodily strength remained at such a steady level his vitality avas so tenacious his interest in every thing so fresh and Active and his mind so Superior to every form weakness while his malady was one often incident to prolonged old age that his friends fondly believed him destined to remain among them for years to come. And now suddenly his life is gone like a Candle blown out by the morning air. In his personal relations . Tilden was amiable affectionate a pretending and kindly. To his family his Devotion was constant and unreserved. A very Large portion his toilsome life was occupied in their service and the fruits his professional labors Avert liberally surrendered to them. Ii is friendships were cordial and lasting and Many his most distinguished contemporaries were included in their Circle. No Man was fonder than lie the Intercourse intellectual and agreeable persons and no one knew better ii Oak to exercise a Large and elegant hospitality. Iii Reading was extensive and varied. In history and in the science politics he avas peculiarly Well informed. In everything that belongs to the sphere the legislator a lawyer statesman his intellect was Broad minute and exhaustive. He apprehended at once the principles the antecedents and the details every question. The two Octavo volumes in which his Public writings and speeches Are collected Are a mine Wisdom and whether we wish to understand the politics the finances the Public works the constitutional doctrines the country we must resort to them As a precious storehouse instruction. The intellectual gifts . Tilden were the highest order but the most remarkable Quality his mind next to its moral courage and its Fidelity to principle was the comprehensive nature his judgment. He saw the whole a subject. He studied it through and through. He mastered it in every respect. He pursued it in All its Remote ramifications and when lie came to discuss it in Public his views were so expansive his arguments so Clear and his presentation so Luminous that All intelligent minds vere carried along with him and the result at which he had arrived were transferred to his audience to his readers to the Public. As a political . Tilden a Power has perhaps not been appreciated at its full value even by experts. To see the arts commonplace political management lie was a stranger. He never sought to beguile any citizen out his vote to win by trick flattery fawning the support the people. No Man was Ever less a demagogue than he. Tact history argument suggestions to reason and to patriotism were his Appeal to voters. He understood the value organization and when he was at the head the new state committee every county town and school District the state was duly attended to in this regard. He kept a list the influential men in each District and not Only sent Public documents and statements to them hut sent personal correspondence also. These letters Avert usually lithographed in a fac Simle his writing and were signed with his own hand. The labor sending them out was immense several clerks being sometimes employed at it hut such correspondence was Worth All it Cost. The difficult investigation the bringing out what was hidden the revelation secret wrongs committed against the people possessed a Charm for . Tilden and some his great successes were achieved in that Way. Familiar examples this fact Are his investigation into the frauds Tweed and his confederates in this City and his overthrow the canal ring. Here we saw the acute intellect the indefatigable student the tireless intellectual detective dragging to Light Villa inies committed with unexampled cunning and put away behind concealment almost beyond the Power human penetration. But they had not reckoned upon the Genius that set to itself the task knowing the truth. We suppose that no other Man could have done what . Tilden did in these matters. Other portions his career were greater and More important hut nowhere else was his vast ability his faithfulness to Public duty More admirably displayed. In both these cases the offenders were prominent and powerful in the political party with which . Tilden was identified and any Ordinary political would have left it to some member the opposing party to attack them. But this was not . Tilden a style. He did not so understand the obligations party fealty. A Democrat who had defrauded the people and plundered the Treasury avas to him even More an object detestation than a Republican the same sort. In striking at the canal ring he struck at one the most potent political forces in the state but his blows Avert All the More unsparing because Avell know democrats were the chief offenders. In this Way . Tilden was one the greatest reformers we have seen. He reformed the state government and made new York better Commonwealth to live in and the people the state stood by him and in spite All the enemies he had made gave him in 1876, when he avas a candidate for the presidency a majority More than thirty thousand. In 1876 . Tilden was elected president and through a Republican conspiracy was deprived the office. Of these facts there is now no question among intelligent and candid men in any party. He has been blamed by some for not asserting his rights calling the democratic masses about him and raising the Standard resistance against the outrageous decision. We have never been Able to agree with this blame and it seems to us that history will justify his conduct in that memorable crisis. A a 1 will never a he said to us at the time a a he a party to any course which will array my countrymen in civil War against each other. I will not have a stain bloodshed my he preferred rather to leave the controversy to the judgment time and Justice the people. That judgment avas promptly formed hut it never had an Opportunity authoritative expression. This avas due in a measure to the same moderation and dignity character which he exhibited at the consummation the fraud. In 1880, and again in 1884, he refused to enter into any Competition for the Honor the presidency. He would not present himself As a candidate. He would not allow it to he supposed that he desired the nomination the convention. In truth he did not desire it. We thought at the time that he carried too far this instinct Independence this scrupulous unwillingness to compete for the office and ave Felt especially in 1880 that the convention was in the Ayrong when it failed to nominate him without regard to his Avord Avish. Certainly a profound impulse dissatisfaction Lias prevailed throughout the country Ever since. Millions men the men All parties have desired that the great wrong should he righted and that they might he allowed to i e him their Suffrages. This feeling has remained ardent and intense to the very hour his death. Many friends his Avert ready to urge that willing unwilling Well ill he should he nominated and elected to the presidency to vindicate the right the people to Correct the unspeakable infamy committed in 1877. But his death has put an end to All these Hopes and the Man who More than any other represented the very principle the Republic and a Hose part in its history is unique and imperishable has passed away from among us forever. Common pleas judge. Steubenville Gazette a the friends Hon j. Ii. S. Trainer in this sub division the eighth judicial District Are urging his nomination by the democratic convention As a candidate for judge. The Gazette is in Hearty favor this movement and avg want to say Here that . Trainer cannot Only he nominated hut elected. His run in opposition to j Edge Pearce was so remarkably Good that his defeat was Only by a fear votes. Or. Trainers ability dignity and Force character tit him for the position judge and secondly the democrats the District owe him the nomination. He has been a Alieel horse for a Quarter a Century and is always ready with his talents Ashen called upon to do work for the party. A let . Trainer he nominated and our Avord for it he will be elected. With . Trainer the ticket the democrats the District will work with a vim that will bring out the full Rote. What the party needs is a candidate that will inspire the voter to action and with . Trainer ave have that incentive Al Rich will result in Success. A we know that . Trainer will secure a Large Republican vote not Only at Home hut in Tuscarawas and Harrison where he is As Avell known As in Jefferson. As to a lither . Trainer will accept the nomination ave can Only say that although he has not been consulted by us he has never refused to act Ashen his party made demands him to do so. This is not the Only Assurance ave have hut feel that it is we most cordially endorse the remarks the Gazette concerning judge Trainer. We have known him for Many years and in addition to his ability As a Jurist lawyer and advocate ave know him to he that priceless treasure among men a thoroughly honest Man. The democracy Harrison county can support him Avith enthusiasm and Many republicans Avold testify the esteem in which he is held by voting for Sentinel. The times endorses the sentiments expressed by both the Gazette and Sentinel and is honest in the belief that Hon. J. H. S. Trainer can carry Tus Carnavas county by about 1,500 majority. If the democrats should Avin the next Ohio legislature and take it into their hands to investigate the Means by which Sherman was re elected to the Senate the last time . Payne Avold have a Chance to return the a a senatorial Courtesy a Avrich has been extended him. If for instance convincing evidence should be presented to . Payne by the Foreman col. L. Poorman a Llella ire printing office that . Sherman sent col. Poorman three Hundred dollars in Cash for his legislative Campaign . Payne Avold be obliged to a a Pooh Pooh a the evidence aft. Vernon Banner. The Republican county convention will he held in new Philadelphia saturday August 11th. Alenri Watterson editor the Louisville courier journal Avo is now sojourning abroad in taking sundry observations English aristocracy is constrained to write a i would rather follow a the coffin n daughter mine to the grave and see her Laid tenderly Wavay in the Little old Church Yard at Home than to follow her Down the aisle St. Georges Chapel to see her crowned with the richest Coronet in England. At Best a foreign marriage is a dangerous adventure. The american woman was not Horn to he the doll a darned lord to Herd with the poor Wall Powers that decorate the great houses much As the frescoes Angels which appear upon the ceilings thereof. She is a peer and not a Rascal and always a a Oman which she is not never has been and never can tie in England indeed in any land Valiere feudalism holds its Baleful brutal and despotic Savay Over the minds men and Over the institutions which men ordained. If Europe Avert Blo Avn to atoms with dynamite to Morrow and amid blood and shame and the destruction All foundations society were reconstructed upon a modern basis the avoral would he better off than it would be by the perpetuation this feudalism. Senator Payne returned to his Home in Cleveland saturday last and according to the Plain dealer was kindly received by hundreds his Fel Loav citizens. According to that journal the people Cleveland Are gratified to see their honoured citizen looking so Avii and the enjoyment such Good health. The visitors to senator Payne Are men All parties and and All classes and republicans As Avell As democrats congratulate him the vindication his character by the Senate the United states Al Rich refused to entertain any charges against him based upon political malice solely and urged for the purpose making political capital. In that City Valiere . Payne has lived for Over fifty years the food Sci trillity turned upon him by the Mon maniac the Cincinnati commercial Gazette in no Way affects his standing As a senator his reputation As a Man. The people there Noav Honor and respect him. The Eastern Ohio firemen a tournament to be held in this City the 19th and 20th inst., will overshadow All former big Days. Many ii Osc and Hook and ladder cos. From All parts the state have entered and will he Here Many entries have been made for the Handicap foot races and a Large delegation bicycle riders have been hooked. The Parade first Day Avill he grand. Special trains will he run to new Philadelphia Cro added with people. Our boys have their hands full but they Avill Avade through it All to the entire satisfaction everybody. On the evening the 19th, minstrels at music Hall and big dance at the Casino rink. So aah care informed by sheriff Bowers Cor. Sec a the tournament. At the Capitol Washington there is a singular and seemingly a foolish distribution authority. All movable articles furniture Are under the sergeant at arms All fixed articles under the architect. For instance if it is decided to scream anything to the Avail that comes under the sergeant at arms hut the other hand if it is thought Best to Nail it up then the architects permission must he obtained. The cleaning All the mirrors in the committee rooms is under the sergeant at arms but when it comes to washing the Marble stand upon which it rests then the Aav Ful authority the architect comes in. On the first night the tournament August 19th, the celebrated b. Amp m. Bees better kno Avn As the original Callender minstrels will appear at the music Hall for one entertainment. They come from Chicago in their Avn special car. Manager beavers will Giare the coming season a line entertainments not to he excelled by any to Avn in the state. Tickets for the minstrels Avill he placed Sale at Harris Bros. Jewelry store. The minstrel band will give a grand Street Parade in the afternoon. The Large opera House Avill he filled with a delighted audience. In accordance Avioli a recent lava passed by the Ohio legislature the c. L. Amp w. Raih Vay has erected bulletin hoards Al Rich inform the anxious traveler whether his train is time not which relieves the agent from a Saver ing the monotonous question a a when will the train be Here a the Hoard has the train nos. Marked upon it and ten minutes before the time a train is due the station agent Marks opposite the no., a time a a behind time a As the Case May he. Soon after the avar closed patriotic citizens gave Gen. Grant a farm near St. Louis. When obtaining farm machinery the general came to his native state and purchased a Thresher from Ault Man Miller company Massillon. They have lately Learned that this Thresher has been in Active service almost Ever since and have taken Steps to secure it. They propose to place it in their exhibit at the Centennial exposition in 1888. Republican papers and politicians have been wildly asserting that Tenne see at the next election would in All probability reach the Border republicanism. Well the election in that state has taken place showing a democratic gain Over 30,000. The courts have decided that no Boundary Fence can he made barbed Avire without the consent the parties awning the adjacent land and any Man who puts a barbed wire Fence along the Highway renders himself liable for All injuries resulting to Stock passing along said Hig Havay. An Exchange says when an editor makes a mistake in his paper All the Avold sees it and Calls him a liar. When a private citizen makes a mistake nobody knows it hut a few friends and they come around and ask the editor to keep it out the paper. A Kentucky Man claims to he Able to a a fill his Mouth with Avater and blow it through his a Kentucky Man would rather do most anything Avioli Avater than to Savallos Monument. The committee erection the soldiers Monument provided for under the Avill the late major Henry Kal Denbaugh a in memory his Brave and Gallant comrades Tus Carnavas county Avo fell 111 defense our glorious Union a met at the citizens National Bank new Philadelphia Ohio August 7, 1886, and organized by the election col. O. P. Taylor chairman and capt. Welty Secretary. Members present col. O. P. Taylor capt. Daniel Korns capt. Sol. Stocker and capt. Welty. On motion the modified design mess. Carrabelle amp Brog Gini Cleveland Ohio As represented by photographs and specifications Shovan the committee was unanimously adopted. On motion there being no further business the committee adjourned subject to the Call the chairman. Welty Sec a. The contract has been awarded to the above Cleveland firm to he completed before May 1st, 1887. The site has been selected 011 Corner Public Square near the Well. The foundation will he put Down this fall. Our Yot Trig Friend to Jeff. Conn son James Conn this place Avo Avent to Kansas City Missouri about Tavo Tavo years ago has built up a Large business in that City As contractor. His pay Roll amounts to Over $1,000 per week. This summer lie erected a Large business Block for English Bros., formerly Noav Philadelphia and is now engaged 011 another Large Brick Block with a front 250 feet for which he will receive $27,000. While Here Jeff. Avas considered among the very Best mechanics in his line. He is an industrious energetic Young Man and there is certainly a Bright future before him. Every business House and dwelling in new Philadelphia should he decorated during the firemen a tournament thursday and Friday next a Eek. There Avill he an immense crowd people from every direction in town during the two Days and it is to be hoped our citizens will do All they can to assist the fire department in their efforts to entertain our guests that occasion. Railroad companies have reduced the fare to half rates and a special train has been chartered to bring six Hundred people from Canton. Nathan Beiter a Marble dealer Onedia Carroll co., is reported to have lied the country after committing forgery and other criminal acts for which it is said the sheriff Carroll county would like to inter Ieav him. He forged notes parties in Stark Carroll Columbiana and Tuscarawas 011 which lie collected various sums and it is also charged that he swindled several Eastern Marble dealers out sums aggregating $6,000.�?Canton Democrat. A valuable barn and contents the property . Cyrus c. Carroll seven milds East Neav Philadelphia a Ras destroyed by fire about one clock wednesday morning. The barn contained Over 400 bushels a Lieut 100 bushels Oats two top buggies 40 to 50 tons Hay harness Aragons and farm implement. Loss from $2,500 to $3,000 insured for $600 in the Ohio f Armer. The american Bouse canal Dover is one among the Best hostelries in Tus Carnavas county and one Ahvay feels at Home there. Or. Cox proprietor and his son Davy clerk Are both genial accommodating gentlemen a Lille mrs. Cox As Landlady cannot he excelled. The tables Are always supplied Avith everything to he found in the Market and the House throughout is a Model cleanliness. Our Young Friend w. E. Beck received notice this a Eek his appointment to the position route agent the pan handle Railroad from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh hut avas compelled to decline the same account an existing contract Avith the school Board at Blakes Mills. Or. Beck is an acti\7e worker in the democratic Vineyard and his appointment was merited. We. Carnahan delivered to Frank Black Grain dealer this City 011 thursday last a Eek a four Livorse Load Oats containing 301 bushels and 22 pounds for which i10 received 30 cents per Bushel. Aside from the extraordinary Large amount Oats for one Load a Large water tank for an engine was attached to the rear end the a agon. Charles Swanson a first class photog Raher has located his car at Ragersville and Avill remain there a fear ave eks longer. The gentleman is an excellent artist and ave cheerfully recommend him to the people that Section country. F. W. Weigand postal clerk the c. L. Amp w. Railroad avas in the City a few Days ago to make arrangements for the Hook and ladder companies Elyria and Oberlin who Avill attend the firemen a tournament in Noav Philadelphia thursday and Friday next a Eek. The Tus Carnavas co. Pioneer association Avill hold its annual meeting the county fair grounds at canal Dover 011 saturday August 21st. Hon. John a Bingham Cadiz has been invited to be present and deliver an address. On the farm Chas. H. Shontz one mile North West Chester Tuscarawas county there is a wild grape Vine which measures 27 inches in circumference 8 feet from the ground. Buy your fruit Trees Sli Rubery Green House plants Powers Etc., your Home nurseryman Daniel Wiss new Philadelphia He Sells cheap and guarantees satisfaction. 33t6eoav for several Days past . Frank Black Lias been purchasing Oats for shipment at the rate from 1,500 to 2,000 bushels a Day. A Young fellow Over in l Rbana advertised for a Azife and his sister an severed it. Urbana is strictly speaking a solid Muldoon City hut there Are two fools nevertheless in one its families the Tus Carnavas county teachers Institute will he held in the new Philadelphia school building commencing promptly at 9 clock a. In., monday August 23d, 1886, and continuing two weeks. During first a Eek instructions Avill he Given 111 English by superintendent w. Ii. Ray Nav Philadelphia in geography and u. S. History by prof. J. W. Pfeiffer Bolivar in arithmetic by superintendent j. A. Meagher Mineral Point in primary Reading by John e. Mckean Dundee. Lectures will also he Given methods and other subjects relating to practical school work by other teachers the country. During the second week . Samuel Findlay Akron o., editor the Ohio educational monthly will give instruction in u. S. Constitution Ohio school Law and arithmetic. Prof. John Mcburney Cambridge o., editor Eastern Ohio teacher and instructor in the Normal department Muski Ngum College Avill give instruction in u. S. History grammar Etc. A number evening lectures Avill he delivered each a Eek. Ample time Avill he Given each Day for general discussion. Boarding and lodging at Boardinghouse from 50 cents to 60 cents per Day at hotels 80 cents to $1.00 per Day. Weekly rates in proportion. Believing that if school officials and patrons Avold meet with the teachers the cause education Avold he greatly advanced the committee has designated thursday septemt>3r 2d, As directors Day. A cordial invitation is extended to every school official in the county. We earnestly desire your presence and cooperation in this great Kavork. Our Institute will to Arhat the teachers make it. Please bring your text looks and come Avioli the determination to he a help and to be helped and All will he richly repaid. The committee earnestly request you to assist in getting every teacher and school officer in your Community actively engaged in the cause education. L. G. Kraytz s. K. Marius s. Mclean Kex. Committee. Personal notes. Mrs. Fannie Dickinson acc Miethner is visiting her Mother in this place. Miss Libbie Rawson Fremont o., is visiting her Cousin Fannie sergeant this City. Mrs. Rev. Locke and daughter Maggie Ravenna Are the guests . And mrs. B. P. Scott. T. K. Williams is in Pittsburgh 011 business and his wife and son Are visiting friends in Massillon. A. Iliner a prominent Young Law yer Canton was in canal Dover and new Philadelphia this week 011 Legal business. E. J. Maloy Dennison a member the democratic Central committee while in the City tuesday Gaa e the times office a Friendly Call. Miss Nellie Williams daughter Rev. Jno. Williams has returned to her Home Here after a pleasant visit with friends at Salineville Columbiana county. iss Mattie Williams an accomplished Young daughter . Lou. Williams Uhrichsville is the guest miss Nellie Rennie 011 East Avenue. Or. And mrs. D. A. Raiff new Philadelphia Are the guests the hitters parents . And mrs. Frank Wolfe near Franklin Standard. Lou. Williams Uhrichsville and Gus. Supply Dennison gave the times office a Friendly visit thursday. Hotly Are a Lovoi Ami have Many alarm friends at the a a superintendent Beck has returned to port Washington after a pleasant vacation Here Avioli relatives and friends during the past two ave eks. He again takes charge the schools at port Washington As shooting relics and land Marks Early Days. Or. Richards the firm Richards amp Vail dentists this City accompanied by Liis Azife and son started by the Overland route Avith horse and buggy tuesday evening for Meyers Lake to attend the 17th annual reunion the 104 Ohio regiment Avrich the let a. Avas a member. In a Saloon Row which May result in the death Charlie Heffling. From the Uhrichsville chronicle saturday evening about fire clock a disturbance Arae in John Heck a Saloon 011 third Street and a shot avas fired by some one the Bullet striking Char Lii defiling a bar tender near the outer Angle the left Eye passing under the eyeball and ranging backward toward the base the brain making a very dangerous wound. A probe inserted to the depth three inches failed to find the Ball. Drs. Graves and Mccurdy made the examination and they say that a Lille recovery is possible the chances Are against it. A Young Man named Arch. Casteel Albany this county avas arrested charged Avith having fired the shot. He had been shot in the left thumb. He was scratched but no revolver avas found 011 his person. He avas however locked up and being afterwards taken before Heff Ling the latter unhesitatingly said Casteel was the Man Avo shot him. The preliminary hearing avas before Justice the peace Mozena j. T. Of Donnell for the prisoner and t. I it. Lealea for the prosecution. A number Avi Nesses were examined without throwing any Light 011 the subject. No one it appeared Saav the revolver in Casteels hands at the time the shooting. The doctors giving their consent in Effling a statement avas again taken and lie was Cross examined. He could not swear that Casteel did the shooting but saw him throw out his hand and he had a handkerchief in it. Could not say Arhat else he May have had in his hand. Another Avi Ness testified that at some time in the afternoon previous to the shooting he avas in a Avater closet Avioli Casteel and that Casteel in pulling his handkerchief out his pocket Drew out a revolver Avrich fell upon the floor and that Casteel then picked up the revolver and put it Back into his pocket. When Casteel avas put upon the stand he admitted that lie had a read Olver during the Day that it had been Given to him by Jack Thompson a stranger to him that afternoon he met Thompson and returned to him the revolver. At the conclusion the trial the Justice bound Casteel Over to court in the sum five Hundred dollars. At this writing it is not known a lither he will he Able to furnish bail not. A chronicle reporter talked to several persons Avo professed to know Casteel and they agreed in saying that he avas peaceable when sober but ugly Ashen in liquor. Lie is not appear to he above Twenty two Twenty three. Later a Casteel not furnishing the required Hail he avas taken to new Philadelphia and lodged in jail. At the time going to press Lle filing is reported better. Last saturday morning Betavee four and five clock the port Washington distillery caught fire and was burned to the ground. It avas the property w. B. Thompson and j. T. Evans the Farmers amp merchants Hank in Uhrichsville and avas a Orth $4,000. There was insurance to the amount $1,500 011 it. There has been suspicion that the lire avas incendiary but . Thompson is not inclined to that belief himself from the fact that it was Daylight Ashen the lire avas first discovered and it had then made but Small headway. Had some one set it fire it is Likely that the Kavork would have been done in the night under cover darkness. The store House avas close by hut it avas saved from the flames. In it was not less than $35,000 a Orth a Hiskey. Had the fire occurred at an earlier hour the loss might have been much More serious than it is for the store House and its contents would probably have been unto Mic. Another contest for the Possession a child. The Newcomerstown Index last a Eek says considerable excitement has been created in our Village by the dispute Over the Possession and control Little Ethel neighbor daughter Dick and Violet neighbor. On sunday the child was 111 the Possession its father hut 011 monday morning her Mother by Aid w. H. Mayberry succeeded in getting her away from her aunt mrs. Lines where Dick is staying. This interference by Maberry in addition to the part he played in the Domestic difficulties Between . And mrs. Neighbor greatly excited our villagers and it avas reported that arrangements had been made to treat him to a coat tar and feathers monday night hut As he had business that kept him away from Home until late at night no serious disturbance occurred. On tuesday sheriff Bowers appeared Avith a Avrit Hareas Corpus and took Ethel and will take care her Tel the court settles the question. He and Ethel Avent North by the express tuesday evening and mrs. Neighbor also went North 011 the same train. The Case is for hearing next tuesday in the probate court this county. Quite a number our citizens Are called As Avi Nesses. The Case avas heard before judge Yeagley wednesday and the child was Given to the father. For Coal cars and car wheels Call at the English amp Dixon works new Phil Adelphia Ohio ii Oak operated by r. C Chetem formerly Canton. O. 33\v4 the Tuscarawas county Institute will he held in new Philadelphia beginning August 23d and ending september 3d. Transfers real estate. Philip kerch to Rachel Row 1 acre Bucks Toad ship $1,500. Alvin Waltz to Mahlon Popham a acre Warren Tovan slip $350. I it. W. Hoffman to Mahlon Popham 4 acres Warren township $400. Susanna Burkholder to we j Patterson part lot 104, new a Philadelphia $2,300. Ida i Wakefield to Charles a Lenk part lot 280, Uhrichsville $100. Frank Fuller to John Runkel half lot 106, Dover Tovan slip $600. Edmumd Davy it Al to Isaac Brown 107 acres Warren township $6,000. Clarence Ripley to j ii Ripley a administrator 17 acres Salem township $1,400. James a Shetler to Charles 1 stocks Dale part lots 51 and 52, Dover $900. David Roy to Charles p Stocksdale part lot 50, Dover $50. Sarah Mckenzie to a b Johnson lot 8, Uhrichsville $100. Henry j Miller to Henry ii Miller lot 78 and part c8 and 69, Shanesville. The new fish and game Laws Are to be rigidly enforced. Detectives will he employed by the state commissioners and the highest penalties will be inflicted. Democrats Jefferson county. Steubenville aug. 3. The democratic county convention held to Day nominated a county ticket and elected ii. Ii. Mcfadden a. Roe j John Meci ave John Mulcahey and d. D. Maple As delegates to the state convention at Toledo. Resolutions were adopted endorsing the administration president Cleveland and also endorsing Hon. J. H. S. Trainer this City As democratic candidate for common Picas judge for this judicial District. Everything avas harmonious. Unclaimed letters. The following list unclaimed letters remain in the Noav Philadelphia Post office August 9, 1886 Weil Tulip Chas. F. Ruff e. L. Max-011. E. Of Bubley p. From the Dennison paragraph to the year 1798, sixteen years after the Gnadenhutten massacre the moravian missionaries were encouraged by the government to return to the Tus Carnavas Valley and establish anew the Christian Indian settlements. Accordingly it was agreed that John Hecke welder and we. Edwards should proceed to the Tuscarawas Valley with a few pioneers and that David Zeisberger and Benj. Mortimer should follow with a larger Colony. On the 31st May 1798, Heck welder and Edwards with a number indians left Fairfield. Canada Zeisberger remained until the a Middle August engaged in translating into the Delavare language the liturgical services the Church. David Zeisberger was now 77 years age and might Avell have left new enterprises to younger hands. But it avas his life purpose to spread the gospel among the indians and he deemed this last immigration a Joy and not a Burden. It permitted him moreover to end his Days in the historic Valley Valiere his greatest Avoris had been accomplished. On the 15th August the a Hole population Fairfield gathered by the River to hid la Reavell to their Leader counsellor and Friend. He passed among them grasped each one by the hand with emotion too deep utterance. Precisely at noon he entered a Canoe paddled by three Young indians Avo had begged for this Honor and started his journey to the Tus Carnavas Valley. Thirty three Christian indians forming a Colony for the i Cav settlement followed in other canoes. The inhabitants the various settlements along the Avay numbering More than one Hundred families hailed the missionary Canoe As it passed Down the River that they might bid Farewell to Zeisberger and bring him the bust fruits their Garden and Orchards. The Colony reached Sandusky Bay the first september. Thence they coasted East to the Mouth the Cuya hoga River up which they passed to the ruins Pilger Ruth a place the Cuya hoga which had been inhabited for one year. In the language the natives Pilger Ruth meant a a a night beyond this Point Lay a Avilde Ness with which they Avert not familiar and their journey became very arduous. Fortunately however they fell in with an Indian named Nicholas one Bilecke welder a party Avo had come to meet them. Guided by him they reached the Portage Between the Cuya hoga and Tuscarawas 011 the Waters which they joyfully launched their canoes and after a sail nine Days entered the Well remembered Lake and landed by the a a Beautiful Spring old Schonbrunn. October 4th. This last journey Avrich Zeisberger undertook through the wilderness the Avest occupied Lifty nine Days. The Pioneer party had encamped the site Gnadenhutten where Heck a welder a House formed the nucleus the present town. Zei Sherger a Colony pitched their tents near the Center Schonbrunn tract. A suitable place for a settlement was found the River Bank opposite an Island which had been named a Zei Sherger a Island by general Putnam be ten Miles Northeast Gnadenhutten just below the Fork in the present new Philadelphia and Trenton Road where one Branch crosses Goshen Hill and the Hill Road goes up a Gorge in the mountains. Here a Little Village avas Laid out and called los Lien. It was situated in what is now Goshen township a farm owned by Jacob Keller. East the new Philadelphia Road is a Frame House erected Over the cellar Zei Sherger a Develling. A part the Apple Orchard remains the West Side the Road. A Mission House avas completed and occupied the 13th november and a temporary Church was erected in the following month. The Indian settlement at Goshen prospered abundantly and avas Avii known to the Pioneer Whites All this led an agricultural life to some extent but retaining the Hunting proclivities their former Days and ranged the Hills and valleys far and near. Game All kinds avas abundant. The indians visited the Early pioneers in every part the country and Avert usually avel come for they Seldom indulged in any bad conduct. Basket making avas the principal occupation the squaws. They often camped out along the creeks near by and while the Indian braves Avold Hunt the squaws Avert industriously Avea ving baskets. They soaked the trunks Black Ash saplings in water till they become thoroughly saturated then with mallets pounded them till the fibres separated and formed their splints. With these they fashioned neat and Strong baskets and sold traded them to the settlers. At Goshen is one the oldest burial grounds in this part the country. Here the missionary Kev. We. Edwards was Laid to rest in Isom and the venerable David Zeisberger seven years later. During the avar 1812 the Goshen indians Avert prohibited by the Whites from going outside the Bounds their Village under penalty being held and treated As an enemy. An occasional Stealthy infraction this prohibition by a Young Indian resulted sometimes in frightening a child woman who chanced to meet him. Goshen was the last Home in Tus Carnavas the Christian Indian. In 1823, the Rev. Abraham Luckenbach avas the missionary at Goshen when the Mission was broken up and the indians removed to Canada. They were extremely loth to leave the Avil Wood haunts the Valley which had become endeared to them by a Long and pleasant residence. Slowly and sadly they left their Homes and travelled up the left Bank the River accompanied by thu in pastor. At Nav Philadelphia they crossed the Tus a Caracas and continued the journey by Avay Sandyville to Cleveland Valiere they embarked a vessel for their new Home in Canada. An Indian named Tom Lyons is said to have been the Only red skin who refused to go. He lingered about the place for Many years the terror children and dread a Omen for he boasted having in his Possession the tongues ninety nine Avite women and wanted one More to make an even Hundred. This old burying ground avas situated hut a few rods from the Road about a mile avast the Goshen Bridge Over the Tuscarawas River and to the right going toward Trenton. It is indeed a historic spot second Only to Gnaden Button 111 interest and importance. For Sale. place business in Phillipsburg is now offered for Sale. Good bar room Large Pool room hotel and Good stable ice House and half interest in skating rink now used As a town Hall. Will sell cheap and 011 easy payments. Eight rooms in the House. Location and bus iness Good. 12tf John w. Shull. Over s,000 Rolls new Wall paper just received and More coming. This Stock Sall new styles and Choice selections. Over 150 patterns to select from. We defy Competition. It will pay you to get my prices and examine the Stock before purchasing Elso adhere. Do your papering this fall and save Money. Wells drug store new Philadelphia Ohio. 32av2 any one desiring to sell Exchange buy real estate any kind chattels Avill do Avell to Call 011 the proprietor the times Avaio will act As agent for the same reasonable terms. No charges made for advertising in the times Ashen you employ us As agent. No names parties Given to the Public but made known Only to those wishing to Purchase. Of All kinds sewing machines repaired. Also guns locks revolvers clothes wringers Cav rollers put Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired and All kinds Job Kavork done by Isaac Johnson. Shop Corner fifth and water streets new Philadelphia 25 for Good two Story Metal roof Brick business House 21x66, in first class condition. Each Story 14 feet 5 rooms second floor. Suitable for dwelling and store Saloon. Good location opposite court House. Terms part Cash and remainder in easy payments. For particulars Call pet Reicle 1, 011 the premises. 27tf for very cheap House and lot in new Philadelphia. Pays 15 per cent interest investment. Also other desirable lots and properties. John a. Iii mks Noav Philadelphia . 18tf you can buy More tinware and glassware at the Cav 5 and 10 cent store next door to Miller amp songs drug store than anywhere else in this congressional District. Persons desiring to loan Money can have the same placed at 8 per cent., secured by mortgage first class real estate by John a. Himes new Philadelphia 18tf. Artificial Teeth $5.50 per set at . I. L. Mitchells dental office. New Phila j Delphia 17-Yl Gold fillings $1.00 Silver 50c. Be i ment 25c., at . Mitchells office Nav t Philadelphia 17-Yl a get your engine Thresher reaper Mower repairing any kind done at Sharp amp songs foundry and machine shop. 22 All the repairs and extras for the English amp Dixon machines at Sharp it Jfe / songs. 22 / the new 5 and 10 cent store takes the cake and Aviole bakery for substantial goods and Low prices. Pensions patents claims generally prosecuted before government departments by John a. Buchanan attorney at lava new Philadelphia it it. 32-1 m. If you Avant the Best Cloa Huller in the world get the Victor. Send for air v Cular to Cyrus Mcqueen Baltic Tusca \ rawas co.,. 32-2t. For Good second hand Well painted and was made by first class workmen. Call at the times office. For 50-Inch expert Columbia bicycle. Full Nickel Ball hearings and in Good order. Will sell for $75.00, Cash. In. Willard 31 Boliver it. Wanted to borroav�?$500.00 $1,-000 for one Tavo years. Good Security Given. Address Box 87, new Philadelphia Ohio. Legal notice. A Ariel a Buzil whose place residence is unknown will take notice that the 30th Day june a. I. 1886, Cora Abbuhl filed her petition in the court common fleas Tuscarawas county Ohio being ease number 236, praying for a divorce from said Daniel Abbuhl the grounds wilful absence for More than three years and also Gross neglect duty. That said cause will be for bearing wednesday october 6th, As soon thereafter As the same can be Beard. Cora Abbuhl. By j. Patrick amp son her attorneys. 3lwi> re Union 51st and 80th Ohio volunteers. The committee joint re Union the 51st and 80th V. V. A met at the citizens National Bank june 12,1886, to Complete arrangements for the reunion to he held at Camp Meigs Ohio Dover fair ground september 8th, 1886. Captains Harger and Deis Avert appointed a committee to secure the grounds and make arrangements for serving meals to visiting comrades at reasonable rates. Captains Korns Welch Wilson and c. Welty Avert appointed a committee to give general notice through the local press and personal notice As far As possible to members at a distance. It was the desire the committee that each surviving member these Veteran regiments resolve himself into a committee invitation and urge All to come. Done to forget the Day and Date As it is the anniversary the occupation Atlanta. Jacob Gepfert Strasburg is Selling Fine top buggies a Orth $75 for $55, 60 Days time $55 for Cash. 31 will be Sells the interesting Kansas boy Avo lately killed his father Mother brother and sister has been found guilty murder in the first degree. Willie is a Nice let to hang hut there a i 11 appear the usual assortment sentimental people asking for his Pardon. Unfortunately there is 110 convenient pretext for hanging them too

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